The lot of 2,509 m2 on which the real estate is located is situated on the southern slope. The entire house is designed as a flowing space, both with regard to integrating the building into the relatively steep slope and with regard to the transitions between individual floors and rooms and the connection with the surrounding nature. Throughout the entire building, the borders between the interior and exterior are vague, yet the interior of the house has a fixed and clearly defined order. The standalone house, with a garden facing the street, boasts geometric simplicity, while the strict but minimalist reinforced – concrete structure provides maximum space for glassing – in all three facades that connect the houses’s interior and its surroundings via large terraces with total area of 324,4 m2. In the interior, a minimum of materials were used so that the clarity, perfect proportions and elegance of each detail stand out. The utilized materials should inspire feelings of constancy and eternity. The staircase flows through all four above-ground floors of the house without changing incline or direction while connecting the individual house zones. From each floor, interior location and terrace, the user has another view of the Prague panorama. From the lowest floor, one sees the symbiosis with nature which is within reach from all cardinal points. When ascending to the higher floors, we move from the treetops up to the highest floor, which provides us an almost bird’s-eye view of Prague. This feeling is strongest when relaxing in the natural gazebo located high above the northern edge of the house.